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Okay, I've heard about brushing after each meal, but this is ridiculous!  

No?  

Okay, that was mine.  There were many better captions than that groaner this week.  For example, renalfailure had a close brush with success with...

Let's give a hand to my lovely assistant... Carl.


And KABLOOEY almost cleaned up with...

Blane bet all the guys at the bar that he was going to nail Serge this weekend...


Moooooog just squeezed by with...

No matter how hard they tried to get it out, Bill couldn't fart.


And 00dozo scraped by with...

Okay, Ed, I get your point.  Now, get off!


But Jeremy from We Took The Bait definitely nailed it with his winning entry...

Determined to live life outside of a plastic bubble, Frank gets some help administering his daily dose of 8,274 allergy shots.



Congratulations Jeremy.  You be hangin' with the dufus this week - not for the first time I might add.  Thanks to everyone for playing along.  Keep an eye out for the next Pause Ponder and Pun.

Comments

Don said…
Nice shot Jeremy, and don't you love Christmas Story?
nonamedufus said…
Don: It's my favourite Christmas movie.
Thanks, much, Dufus and Don!

More captioning fun over at our place, if anyone's interested! (Pay no attention to the deadline. Deadlines, schmedlines.)

Also, going back to your previous post, my word verification is "reome," which I can only assume means "Give me more Speedwagon!!"
nonamedufus said…
Jeremy: Congratulations, dude, that was a great caption. And thanks, too, for that five star review you left at Blog Catalogue...whew, you can knock me down with a feather right now. You're too kind. I'm going to use an excerpt in the right column of my blog with a link to your site.

Love your take on reome! lol
00dozo said…
Congrats to Jeremy! This was a toughie, but his was the best!

Thanks for another honourable, dufus! And "Congrats" to the other honourables!.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: There was never any doubt as to you being honourable! Hope you missed the worst of Bonnie. You're still blogging, so that's a good sign.
Leeuna said…
Congrats, Jeremy. That was a great caption. You were right on point with it.
K A B L O O E Y said…
HA! Definitely picked the winner. I definitely concede and am in fact happy to have finally gotten on the board.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: hahaha...you're a funny lady.
nonamedufus said…
KABLOOEY: Hey, that caption deserved an honourable mention. You did more than just scratch the surface, huh.
Anonymous said…
I LOVE A Christmas Story movie! And congrats to Jeremy. Great and funny caption!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: As soon as I said "keep your eye out" in my post I thought of this movie! So I had to include a picture.

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